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Argyll said:   
You only named one advantage of the Chase Ink card.  I spend far more at the supermarket than on cell phone, internet, cable, etc. and you probably do as well.   My cell phone, landline, internet cable combined is about $130 a month.  Supermarket spending (including prescriptions. take-out, cleaning supplies, etc.) is  $600-$800 a month.

 I don't.  You must have missed my earlier post.  I spend < $30/month at the supermarket.  ($28.70 in Feb, $20.97 in March according to my Blue Cash Everyday statement).
I charge all my groceries to BCE for the 3% and as a way of keeping track of spending. 
I don't pay for cleaning supplies (drug store shopper & Staple-r).   Rx co-payments come out of FSA.
Cell phone, landline & internet combined is probably $45/mo.  Supermarket spending & rx's $45/mo at the most. 
My largest monthly "expense" is  the ~ $500/mo I spend at Staples -- that's the reason I have Chase Ink, for 5% back on office supplies.

eta: I do taste testing and they compensate us with Amazon gc

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You do know with almost all FSA you can pay for the things on your credit card, then request a cash reimbursement from the company right? You dont have to use the debit card they issue you.

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That's how I do it;  pay w/ cc and submit receipts for reimbursement. But since I don't fill rx's at supermarket I don't use BCE to pay for them.

 

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My Discover miles promo is ending in two months (3% back). Anyone know of a good replacement card? I do not travel much, so travel credits aren't going to work. Am I stuck with the Citi DC as my only replacement?

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Greatness said:   My Discover miles promo is ending in two months (3% back). Anyone know of a good replacement card? I do not travel much, so travel credits aren't going to work. Am I stuck with the Citi DC as my only replacement?
  
I signed my spouse up. If you don't already have it, you could also get the Discover It 5% categories card, the 1% would double to 2% for the first year (as a friend for a referral link). Or one a 2% card (Citi, as you mentioned, or Fidelity Visa).

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doveroftke said:   Greatness said:   My Discover miles promo is ending in two months (3% back). Anyone know of a good replacement card? I do not travel much, so travel credits aren't going to work. Am I stuck with the Citi DC as my only replacement?
  
I signed my spouse up. If you don't already have it, you could also get the Discover It 5% categories card, the 1% would double to 2% for the first year (as a friend for a referral link). Or one a 2% card (Citi, as you mentioned, or Fidelity Visa).


Or the Blispay 2% card, or the FNBO 2% card. The 2% category is getting crowded.

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doveroftke said:   
Greatness said:   My Discover miles promo is ending in two months (3% back). Anyone know of a good replacement card? I do not travel much, so travel credits aren't going to work. Am I stuck with the Citi DC as my only replacement?
  
I signed my spouse up. If you don't already have it, you could also get the Discover It 5% categories card, the 1% would double to 2% for the first year (as a friend for a referral link). Or one a 2% card (Citi, as you mentioned, or Fidelity Visa).

  
Yep, already signed up for the Discover IT card.  That expires for me next month.    

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jruser said:   
doveroftke said:   
Greatness said:   My Discover miles promo is ending in two months (3% back). Anyone know of a good replacement card? I do not travel much, so travel credits aren't going to work. Am I stuck with the Citi DC as my only replacement?
  
I signed my spouse up. If you don't already have it, you could also get the Discover It 5% categories card, the 1% would double to 2% for the first year (as a friend for a referral link). Or one a 2% card (Citi, as you mentioned, or Fidelity Visa).


Or the Blispay 2% card, or the FNBO 2% card. The 2% category is getting crowded.

  
Blispay requires you to have a mobile phone for text messages.  Make what you will of that.  

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Greatness said:   My Discover miles promo is ending in two months (3% back). Anyone know of a good replacement card? I do not travel much, so travel credits aren't going to work. Am I stuck with the Citi DC as my only replacement?
  hmm maybe the U.S. bank cash+ card, it get 5% on up to $2000 per quarter on two categories. 9 months at 0% APR on purchases.

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